Industrialist in the Haute-Loire region in France, Henri was awarded the Medal of The National Order of Merit for his outstanding contribution to the region. His organizational skills and passion for music led him to create several events and the Climax Club Legend. He produced A Happy Man, Buffard and The Dark Side of the Moon at the Grand Prix Formula 1 at Magny-Cours.
Creative and visionary, Guy acquired much of his production experience while working closely with the singer Daniel Lavoie. He wrote and produced several television series and documentaries and a feature film, Le Bonheur de Pierre, with notably Pierre Richard, whom he’s involved with in other projects.
A graduate in International Trade, Jerome is responsible for developing Carrot Entertainment. He co-founded M&H Culture, a firm dedicated to organizing concerts and developing communication material for numerous companies. He has produced corporate films, the feature film A Happy Man, Buffard and The Dark Side of the Moon at the Grand Prix Formula 1 at Magny-Cours.
Specialist in theatrical animation with a B.A. in Art History, Jasmine works as researcher for several television magazines. As Director of Development for Carrot Entertainment, she has written numerous concepts, bibles and scripts for pilots. She’s an Associate Producer for among others, the documentary Senior Year (Secondaire V).
A graduate of Recording Arts Canada, Greg became technical director for iStudio where he perfected his skills as an editor, mixer and cameraman. In 2013, he attended a Master Class by Al Schmitt. He worked on Le Bonheur de Pierre and Senior Year (Secondaire V). He also produced the album “Indien”, Clément Jacques.
André is a criminal lawyer. He has pled hundreds of cases and rubbed elbows with the greatest names of the French Bar, namely Jacques Verges. His major criminal cases include the Warrant Officer Pierre Chanal and Jean-Claude Romand. He also pled for Carlos Ilich Ramirez Sanchez a.k.a. Carlos. His cases, his unique perspective on society, and his undisputed talent as a storyteller inspired the creation of the Buffard series.
Christopher shares his acting engagements between France and Hollywood. He was revealed to the public in Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, Highlander and Subway, by Luc Besson, for which he was awarded the Cesar Award for Best Actor. He’s also a producer and a entrepreneur, passionate about entertainment, new technology and the environment. Since 2013, he supports Carrot Entertainment in the implementation of its projects.
Denis joined Europe 1 radio in 1977, working with Coluche, and joined Thierry Le Luron’s team. In 1987, he turned to music, presenting French artists to the Quebec public. In this context, he collaborated with, among others, Laurent Voulzy, Bénabar et Zaz.
Senior Partner at PriceWaterHouse Coopers, Denis has been standing behind the Late Night in French à New York project since 2012 in terms of development and financial feasibility. He also advises the managers at Carrot Entertainment. Denis inspired the feature length film called Snowdon.